We would like to inform that Congress participants selected through online voting the winner of this year’s Best Practice Contest in the Education. The best practice comes from the Dmytrii Lavrinenko, Youth agglomeration of Kyiv, Ukraine. Congratulations! We would like to thank everyone for participating in the Contest. Each submitted practice is unique and valuable and may serve as an inspiration to others.

Contest finalists:


1) Stefan Dmitruk, Białystok, Poland:
The author's website www.lekcjahistoriionline.wordpress.com was established on March 23, 2020 and is the main tool for conducting remote online history lessons in primary school (grades 5 - 8). Its free and generally accessible nature remove educational disparities between children and young people both in the city and in the countryside. A given practice can serve as an example for the use of digital tools in broadly understood education and in educational activities related to marketing and internet analytics. Moreover, it may promote an educational institution and create its own brand on the market.



2) University of Economics and Innovation in Lublin (WSEI), Poland: In response to the introduction of a remote learning form, the university has provided lecturers with assistance and support in creating teaching materials obligatory for the distant learning process. It enabled 6,500 students to learn remotely. Currently, the university is adapting its study programmes to the current COVID_19 situation. Moreover, the University offered free, valuable psychological support to people experiencing difficulties due to the epidemic.


3) Dmytrii Lavrinenko, Youth agglomeration of Kyiv, Ukraine: With schools and universities closed, the Youth Agglomeration of Kiev encouraged pupils and students to broaden their knowledge on civic education. The aim of the project was to complete the compulsory classes of "Civic education" in Ukrainian high schools, colleges and technical schools by creating attractive and interesting tools for the young people that are available in the Internet. For this purpose, on April 1, 2020, the "Online Simulator" House of Integrity" was launched - an interactive online game addressed to high school students and students aged 14 to 20 from all regions of Ukraine. From the project implementation:
  • the online simulator has been tested in educational institutions in two communes in the Zhytomyr region;
  • the project has been attended by over 1,250 young people from the Zhytomyr Oblast, who had the opportunity to broaden their knowledge on civic education;
  • 78% of players have completed the game with positive result.
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